August 08th, 2021 by Simon Elliott

112th Seed - PS5 Platinum Review

Jump, fly, push and grow as you try to get your seed to the plant pot in this quick and fun puzzle platformer.

112th Seed is a very basic pixel-art platformer without any hazards or combat. You simply have to work out how to get your seed to the plant pot to end the level. It is possible to get stuck so your main challenge will be ensuring you plan out your route correctly but levels can be restarted quickly from the pause menu. The controls are basic with directional buttons for movement and X to jump. Walking into items such as water droplets or boxes will push them and they can be stacked on top of each other which will be required in later levels. You'll need to push the water droplets onto soil in order to grow plants which can help you get through the levels however dropping the water from too high up will make it explode and disappear so there are tactics involved in getting it to the ground safely.

The game requires you to complete 30 levels for the Platinum Trophy which is fairly straight forward although a number of the levels will take a bit of trial and error if you're not using a video guide.




Overview

  • Release Date: 23rd July, 2021
  • Publisher: eastasiasoft
  • Developer: Nerd Games / Slider Games
  • Date Started: 7th August, 2021
  • Date Completed: 7th August, 2021
  • Version Played: Digital
  • Price: £3.99

The Good

  • A simple and fun platformer with no hazards or combat.
  • Some of the levels require careful planning or you risk getting stuck and needing to restart.
  • Easy to control.



The Bad

  • The game is already on PS4 which I Platinum'd last year however there's no cross-buy so you'll have to buy it twice if you're looking for the PS4 and PS5 Platinums.



Hardest Trophy

  • Level 30 - Complete Level 30.

Some of the levels can be a bit time consuming as you figure out the best way to solve them, but in general there shouldn't be many problems on your way to completing 30 levels with a bit of trial and error.




Helpful Tips / Bugs / Glitches / Exploits

There are no exploits and none are required. The levels are all fairly simple so just take your time and figure out exactly what needs to be done and how to do it without getting stuck.




Platinum Difficulty Rating - 2/10

2/10

Some of the levels can be a little bit tricky as you'll have to position boxes in the right place in order to catch the water droplets but I don't think anyone will get stuck for long on any of the 30 levels required for Platinum.




Platinum Time - 30-60 Mins

Each level will probably take in the region or a minute or two. I personally Platinum'd the game between 40 and 50 minutes both times I did it but if you follow a guide you could definitely do it much quicker.




Platinum Enjoyment Rating - 10/10

10/10
The game was good fun. There's a bit of a challenge to work out the best solution to each level, but it was pretty easy and at no point felt frustrating.


Overall Game Rating - 8/10

8/10
Cross-buy would have been a nice addition so I didn't have to buy the game again, but overall it's a fun game which you can take your time with. You'll definitely get your money's worth out of the hour or so it'll take you to grab the Platinum.




Platinum #666

Here are my most recent Platinum Trophies up to and including this game.

# Game Date
666 112th Seed
PS5
7th August 2021
665 Castle of Pixel Skulls
PS5
7th August 2021
664 Castle of Pixel Skulls
PS4
7th August 2021
663 Bone Marrow
PS5
7th August 2021
662 Bone Marrow
PS4
6th August 2021
661 Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition
PS4
6th August 2021
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